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James Graff - World War II

James Graff was a U.S. Army infantryman serving in Europe in 1945. He was assigned to the 134th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, and saw action from January of 1945 until the end of the war. Graff subsequently served on occupation duty in Germany until August 1945.

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James Graff, on the right, with a buddy, taken April 1945.

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April 1945

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2 Soldiers, taken April 1945.

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April 1945

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Profile sketch of James Graff, May 1945.

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May 1945

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James Graff with Browning Automatic Rifle, April 1945.

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April 1945

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Service Portrait of Jim Graff, November 1942.

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November 1942

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3rd Squad, C Company of the 134th Infantry Regiment. Graff is kneeling in the front row, fourth from the left.

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Memorial site at Weiswampach, Luxembourg.

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Weiswampach, Luxembourg

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Memorial plaque for Co Company, 134th Infantry Regiment at Weiswampach, Luxembourg.

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Weiswampach, Luxembourg

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